The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, August 23, 1906, Image 1

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HOOD RIVER, OREGON, AUGUST 23, 1006.
VOL. XVIII.
15
SOCIETIES.
HOOD RIVKB COMMERCIAL. CLUB Meet
every second Monday fu eai'b montb at 8 p.
in., Id Uie club rooms over Jseknon'i tare.
H.F. Uaviiwon, I'ros.
A. D. Mok, secretary.
minii RIVKIt UllKiE NO. KB. A. K. and
M. Meets Halurday evening on or before
each run moon. A. s. hlowkks, w . m.
II. McDonald, Secretary.
HiKIII UIVKRl H A1TKR NO 27. R. A. M.
Meets Urst and third Krlday nlglils of eack
month, u. Mt'UONALU, i. r.
A. 1. MOB, Secretary.
HOOD KIVKR CHAPTKR NO. t. O. E. 8.
Meets second and fourtb Tnesdty ventut
of each uumth. Visitors ooramiiy weioomea.
MKH. T, J. KINNAIHD, W. Ot.
Mas. Thkkesa uastnkk, Secretary.
mi k-wif.nif IIMIR no. 107. I. O. O. K.
Meet la Fraternal ball, every Thursday
night. R. ti. f ABBOTT, N. u.
Ali.bm Neal, Secretary
rilKN RMCAMPMKNT. NO. 48. I. O. O. K.
Heimlar meeting second and fourtb Mondays
...r...... u i ' rwiv n P
01 eaou muutu. i ... - .
H U. smith, Scribe.
I.IIIIH'I Rt.HKKAH IIKOHEE LOlKiK NO.
81, 1, o. O. K.-Meet llrstand third Fridays
in each month.
Mrs. E. W. Udmj N. 0.
Mas. Dora Thomson. Secretary.
WAUOOMA LODGE NO. 30, K. OF P.
Meels in K. of P. hall every T nesday nijjht.
'1 HUH. t. JU1IWWH, V. V.
V. C. Bkock, K. of r. and 8.
HOOD RIVER CAMP, NO. 7,708, M. W. A.
Meets In K. of P. hall every Wednesday
light. K.S.MAYEH, V.U
HU. Uakin, Clerk.
HOOD RIVER CIRCLE NO. Sit, WOMEN OF
Woodcrat'l-Alecl at K. of P. hall on the
first and Third Fridays or eaeb raontu.
LOU MCKKYMOI.US, (i. N,
F. W. McRbynolus, Clerk.
UIVl.'HHIllli'. I.IUHiKNO. IIS A. O. U. W.
Meets tlrst and third Saturdays of each
mouth. F. H. ULAUO, M. W
K. R. Hkadlky, Financier
Ch khtkk bll utb. Recorder.
m.KTA AHSKMBLY NO. 103. UNITED ART-
Isaus.-Meel i tie Urst aud third Wednes
days, work; secoad and fourth Wednesdays
Artisans' ball. U. W. IHosrauB, m. a.
C. U. Ubn Kit H, Seen lary.
COURT HOOD RIVER NO. it, FORESTERS
of America, Meets second and fourtb Mou.
days lu each mouth In K. ot r. ball.
SSKnkoa F, Foura, C. B.
F. C. Hkobius, F. C.
CANBY POST, NO. 16, G. A. R. MEETS AT
A. O. U. W. ball, secoDd aud lourlb Satur
days or each mouth at i ockk-k v. iu.
U. A. U. numbers invited to meet with us.
S. A. SKI nnku, commauuer,
Thomas Uoss, Adjulunt.
L'AMIY V. li. l, No. I0-MKET8 SECOND
ami Iniiitli iiiiiruitsof each Montb in A.
o. I . . Hall at i' p. in.
Ki.i.kn Hlount, President.
Gkiitkuuk Li. InuLks, Secrewry
MOUNTAIN HOME CAMP No. 34U9. R. N. A.
Meets al the K.ot P. Hall on thesecoud aud
fourth Fridays ol each month.
Mas. Cahkib Bbosius, 0.
Mrs. El.i.A Dakin, Recorder.
J. F. WATT, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Telephones: Ofilce, 281; residence, 811.
SIJKUEON O. R. AN. Co.
H. L. DUMBLE,
1'HYtSlClAN AND fc'UKGEON.
successor to Dr. M. F. Shaw.
Calls promptly answer ,-d In town or country
Day or Night.
Telephones: Residence, Bll: Office, 613.
Olllce lu the HroBiiu Building.
DR. J. EDGINGTON,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over the First National bank.
Office phone 1433. Res. phone 7fXl,
M. F. SHAW, M. D.
Otlice in Jackson Block.
Office phone, No. 1171. Residence, No. &HS.
Dr. M. ll.SHAKi' Db. Edna B. Sharp
Osteopathic Physicians
Graduates uf the Aiueriean School of
Osteopathy, KirkBville, Mo.
Ollice and Kesidence Huxley Cottage,
Kiver street.
Phone 25 Hood Rivkr.
F.
C. 1SI10SIUS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone Central, or 121.
Office Hours: 10 to 11 A. M.; 2 t
and C to 7 P. M.
H. D. W. PINEO.D.D.S.
DENTIST
Crown Bhiihik Wokk a Specialty.
Ollice over
i-ii'dt National Bank
Telephone
Main 311
C H. JENKINS, D.M.D.
DENTIST.
Telephones: 0lIice2K3; residence 1045
Ollk'e over Buller Bank,
Hood Rivkk, Okk.
M. E. WELCH,
LICENSED VETERINARY SURGEON
Is prepared to do any work In the veterin
ary line. He cau be found by callins; at or
pti ' n i uf to I larke s druK store.
A. JAYNE
LAWYER
Abstracts Fnrnished. Money leaned.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. H. HARTWIG,
LAWYER.
Will 1'ractloe In All Oonrts.
(ifflce wlrh (jeo. I). Culbertson Co.
If-rltons. AritractH. Hettlement of Katates.
HiXIH K1VKK. OKKi.
SENECA F. FOUTS
Attorney at Law
liroKius Building
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
A. J. DERBY
Lawyer
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
JOHN LKLAND HENDERSON
AITollXKY-AT-LAW, ABSTRACTER, NO
TAKY FUHI.lt' and ItKAL
ESTATE AGENT.
For 23 yean resident of O egon and Wasb
Inu'iin. lias had many year experience Is
Kent Kstate niHttertt, iu ariairaetor, searcher of
lilies unit agent. Satisfaction guaranteed 'r
uu I'imrife
H. SEYMOUR HALL,
Surveyor. j
I sm qualified and prepared to do all kinds
of tlrst class land surveylos;. Accuracy guar
anteed. Thoae who wis1 first-lass work dune 1
address K. t D. i.. Hood River. Fbona Wxl.
EE
J. II.
HEILBRONNER
&C0.
FOR
Fruit Lands,
City Property,
Investments,
Fire Insurance,
Burglar Insurance
Accident Insurance
Our List of Bargains
in real estate will
interest yon
J. II. Heilbronner
& Company
ruit Lands, Real Estate and Insurance
Ground floor new Davidson Hldg.
HOOD RIVER and PORTLDND, ORE
Hood River Studio
-FoR-
irst-Class Photographs
We have the tatewt In uiounta and can en-
Hepla. aatisfactlon guaranteed.
W. D. ROGERS, Prop.
BON TON
.Barber Parlors...
The place to get an easy
shave and first-class hair cut.
Our shop is metropolitan in
every respect.
Porcelain Baths in Connection
0. B. QRAY.
50,000
WELL BRICK
350,000
Building Brick
For Sale at the
BRICK YARD
A. T. ZEEK.
iR. JONES, Dentist
Crown and Bridge Work.
Teeth Without Plates.
I'm atnietit of diaeaned teetb aud gums,
otth-e Hrosius Building. Pbone 1033.
Eureka Meat Market
McUUIRE BR08., Prop.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats, Lard
Poultry, Fruits and Vegetables.
Free Delivery. Phone Mala 35.
F. G. COE
Carpentering
Pbone (71
FABtaklby, E.L.Smith, E.O. Hiancbar
Pres. Vloe-Pres. cesiner.
V. C. Bbock, Asst. Casliier.
The First National Bank
OF HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Capital and Surplus, $30,000.
P. M. HALL-LEWIS & CO
Civil and Architectural ;
Engineers and Surveyors
Maka snrveva. nlans and estimates for sew
er. Unlit and oower and railway olanta, and
furnish, subject to approval, plans, specifica
tions and estimates for all clauses of bulldinKs
public, private and mercantile. Wperlal at
tention (Ivan to economic snd slow-Durning
construction. Accuracy and economy guar
anteed.
DAVIDSON BUILDING
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
STRANAHAN & SLAVENS,
Contractors and
Builders
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
S. H. COX
Contractor
and Builder
Ham A EannATM JvajruiiD.
FREDERICK & ARNOLD,
CONTRACTORS
and BUILDERS
ItilmaUi fnralihsd oa all klnrliof work
Phnnoa- Arnold, Mala M.
SIM0NT0N & SONS
Architects and Builders
Itoooratire Painting and Paper llaiinriiijf
Plans fumlnhed. KatimateR carp,
full v made.
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
E. A. JEROME,
Architect
Having had several years' experience in
drafting snd building. I would respectfully
solicits part of I he patnmaaeof the people ol
Hood Klver who antlclpste bulldliitr. Terms
reanuhle, a id satiHfactlon guaranteed. Of-
Qce at residence on Heights.
JOE WRIGHT
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
l'hone 7() .
tnruree and estimates furnished on
all kinds of building and contntctin?.
ill
ASSOCIATION
of Mt'Miniivllle. Oregon, will insure your
property at 00 per cent less cost man
auy other institution.
U. r. KUSft, special Agent
Hood River, Oregon
GOVER. ftlENT
Timber and Homestead
LANDS
I have for location some choice apple lands
and tlinqer claims: also relinquishment and
land to script. Call on or address.
Wm. f. rand,
Res. Phone 376. Hood River. Ore.
Hood River Dairy
Delivered Morning and Eveding
Can supply all orders
from now on
BRUNO TRANZ
Shepard & Franz
HOOD RIVER, OREGON.
Are in correspondence with all partB of
the United rvates and are in good posi.
tion to sell your
Farm Property
LOCAL AGENTS
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Orient Fire Insurance Co.
JAS. McBAIN,
Hood River Marble Works
Am prepared to execute
all orders for granite and
marble work, monuments,
tombstones, etc.
Also contract for all kinds
of stone masonry, con
crete, etc.
Dodge & Reid
Carpenters, Cabinet Makers
and Repairers
v ili repairing In wood and metal. Kurul
lure making; a sjieclalty. tiuns,
bicycles, etc., repaired
l'hone 651 HOOD KIVER, ORE.
WOOD FOR SALE.
I hiu prepared to furniHu mill and slab
wrvxl, aUo other kioda of wood.
I liav a new a team wood saw and am
prepared to do sawing. Also do genera)
team work.
FRED HOWE.
I'hoiw. 121.
McEWEN & KOSKEY
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Prompt ralea and quick returns
Wholesale dealer in all kimla of Firxl
and Produce. Coimittnment solicited
139 Fnw KUree, PgrUMtd, Ore.
ITlmber Land, Act June H, WT8.J
NOTICE FOR riT.LlCATlON.
llnlled Htatca Land (ifflcc. The 1hIIik.
Oregon, June IS, HM. - Notice Is hereiiy
alven that In compllant-i- witii t lie iM'iivtsuiii.
of the net of congress ol.hiin- :i, ls;S, entltlcil
41 An act for the sale ol tiinbiT Uuuis In tin
states of California, Oivmm, Nevada an I
Wanhtngton Territory," us cxteiiiieil u ait
the public land states by act ol August 4, ISirj,
PAl Lf. Mri'l'U.Y.
ofPortlsnd, county of MultiHniiiiii, state of
Oregon, hss niea in uus unirc nissworii siiih
nient No. !!. lor Iho purchase of the lot 4
section 4, lota 1 and i ami .'. NK'i ol sivtion
No. 5, In township No. IN,, liiinic No. UK., W.
M. aud will oiler proof to show that the
lands soughtare more valuable tor the tim
ber or stone Ihereon than for agriiiiltuial
purposes, and to eMiihiish his claims to
said land before the Register and Keet'tver at
the land ortte. In The Dalles, Oregon, on the
iith day of August, IHOii.
Heuaniea as witnesses: Fred Kriutschy, ot
Hood River, Oregon, snd Mis i oIm ii, of
Portland, oregou.
Any and all persons claiming adverscly
anvol the above-deiM'iltiiMl liuiils arc iviiutM-
ed to tile their claims in this ottice on or he-
lore the said anlh day ot August,
Mlc'HAKl.T. Nol.AN,
J21 Kcgisler.
NOTICE OF FINAL SKTTLF.M KM.
li tlie County Court of Wasco t'oiint.
(State of Oregon.
in the matter oi incesiaieoi ueoige uweu,
dtn;eaed.
Notice is hereby given thai the inider-
signed, the adiiiinislmior ol the estate . . t
George Owen, deceased, hus duly tlleil Willi
the clerk of the t'ounly Court, lor VVhmh
Countv, Oregon, his rimtl iieeoiiht mitl ri'imri
in said es ate: and uiai tne iiiigc ui t lie aiiuve
entitled court, has duly ti.t-d TJiiirs.iiv, the
nth (lay ot Kepieuiuer. a ii jii, hi u o vioi-k
A. M. ol ksiu uay as uie nine, nun uie iiiinl
rouri riMiin in me ouniy i ourt uuiise
iJullea t'llv. Wasco linlnlx'. Oivmill. as the
plaee for hearing said hu.tl lu-cuuiit uiul i
IKirl. All iwrsons liiui'i'sh j in said estate
aie heretiy notjtied to ujnn'iir at said tliu,i
snd place, and ahotr eioise, it Hliy there In
wliy snld tlnal accotini and repurt shmil.
not In all things be allowed, rulilteij iiml ni
proved, mid an order iiuide. duly disi-liHrgiug
saia Bdminisirator ii'miii itirtner siiin,; n
said trust, and exon.ir.n in linn 'troin tin
ther liahility ttieieiinder. 1 nis imtlee is pull.
Ilslied tiv orihT of the emiiitv iiniiie ot said
cxiiirt. dated l in- im n uay in iieiisi, A. 1 .. I'.o
Ihu tllsl kilioiicalion ol nils iinlli-e is ilaleil
the 9lli nay nf August, A ).., ink,, aud tu
mper In winch sum nntu'c Is uniereii pui
ished Is The Hood River 1 1 lacier, published
weekly in sum county in usi o. in tiiecii v
ot noon lliver.
luted lioou Klver, Oregon, Angus! illli, I901
KliWARDi'ooK,
Administrator of the estate ot tiemae Owen
deceased.
IOIIN I.KI.ANl) IlKNIIK.HSnN,
alisti Alioruey lor said cMnte.
NOTICE FOR ITliLlCATION
Drpnrlment or I he Inlt i lor, Litntl Oltlt
The uuliCH, urt'Kuu, July is, r.u,.
Notlw Is hereby Riven thai
K. HOY JArKSO.V,
of I loud Ui '!. orctui
has tl It'it noltci1 ol hiH int ;iti! ion in irmlir linn I
nvi'.ytar hruul In supfi",'! iI his clniin, iz:
llorin'sl'-aii enlry Na '.'l.'s, ni;t'lr .lutic
IWi, for Uv HjNW' an,l h1 .S wviu.n ..,
luvviiship 2 niii tli, raiiK' II t.avi, , m,, nn.l
Llui I. sjtiit nniui' will in- iliiuli' tK lnlr tin- Ki :;.
ihtcr iiml Receiver atTlic hnlU s, Oivutm. on
lie naiiH'N HH vi itnensis to ;rovi' Ills "nniimi
11 s u's ili'iii'tf U'-tm ami cult i vui uni ul tin-
Itiii'.l, viz : thuar iM. 1'i W'iM, Airier! .ItMiller.
Hurry Kemp, Jiuward HmAe,, ;:il ot tloDil
Hiver, Oretron.
MU'i E A KI. T. Nol.AN,
Ki'KlMer
In the ('11011U Coui'tof the Shite nf Ore
, fur
w lisco county.
ThoitiiiN (ieitnlngsun, l'laiiiiiil'
vs.
Allreiia Hi i.tilnifseii, iH-h uilHtit.
To Aifretla lienniiigheii, the al-uve iiumed
DeleTiuaii!:-
I11 (he imine uf the state of Oret'on. yoii hi-c
herehy icquireii io unpear aiui tuiMVerlhi
compiHint lileit a4'UL yoi in Ihe almve en-
(ii lea court on or lm-huc Atiueit,.(Uiu, idini, umi
ifyoufitilso tt npi-eiu ud nimwtjr, for want
thereotihe Hlahuul' will aj:ply to the court
for (he relief piayed fur in the complaint, to
wit: for a ueciie itii-sotvin 1 he noiiiiN ot m t
riinnny now existing heiueen yoti umi philn
till, and lor stu-u oi ner ami tur f her relict a (
the t'Oiirl may h-cm i meet una eiiiiUiile.
Ihts puhlieiitlou 01 Mimnioiis im inane hv
order of lion. W. I.. Ihaiisliaw, ,lmlre of (he
above enlitleil euuri, duty made and eutereu
on the i:ith day ot July, r.Hh, tiirectlut; II 1 1 r
suiunioiiM to te puiih-hed once each veek toi
six conseeiiltve wreus in the Mood liivei
tJlHcier. h wecklj new-ipiiper ni'Keneral ciivti
lutlon in Wasco 1 oiaily, uieniin.
Date ol II rsl pttlua atiou J uly I'ftli, 1 ih;.
A. J. I'KIUIY.
JIM-h.'IO AUy. for planum.
A I) M I N I sT U ATO K'iS NOT1CK.
Notice Ik lien hv L'tven that the uiidei'Hiifned
han heen duly appointed hy the hotionthle
'ounty t'inirt ui tlie h(at ol Oreiron for W ns-
ti County to he administrator ul the estate o
enry stetlanson, (leectwd, and all persons
iiaviuK claims ai;ninst said estate are heieh
notified to present Uie same, duly verille , to
the undersigned at the oilteeof A. A. Javia
in H'd River, nriyon, within hx motithh
from the date of Ihe first publleutloii tl t Ji
uotieu.
JOHN HAKKL.
J lil-alt Admliiistriiior.
SliKKIi r'S SAI.K
State of Oregon, J
iA)Uiity ol S asco !
Notice Is herehy iriven that I will on Mon.
day, theith day of AukunI, . 1). lUki, sell to
the highest ilihlcr, lor custi in liand.all prop
erly subject lo deed, owned hy Wasco
county, hy virtue of the diftereiit tax sales.
In witness tlienof I iiave hereunto set m
hand this IHth day of July, A. I). l'KMV.
I.KVI I H ItlSM AN.
fjfi Hlierill'of Wasco 4 'mi my, Oregon
NOTICE.
To Youiik Men And Women.
(treat opimi t unities tire awuitMit; ou in tin
Business World. Hundreds of younif men
and women Hie wanted In and around oak
land and San Kianeisco, lo take iHisitlouK a
HtenoKiaplierM. hookkeepcrw, leieifraphers. of.
ee assistauis, tic, at msxt Haltiries.
The Polytechnic iiuHinesH ('olleve. of Oak
land, the leading Hchoo of its kind lu the
West, indorsed ty tliethainh r ot t 'ominerct
and leadint? ediieaiors, ollent except louai op
porttinities to those who can enter college ai
ouee ami prepare for positions. 1'hls kcIkmiI
consiiiej-eii ny many to be the (he busi
iiiipped busiuehN college In America. It i
uinjucstionubly superior lo any other slmllai
niroi wrsi oi i iiicayo. au expenses low.
tune intluenceK Individual Inst ruction.
Address I'olyteenie Uusmess ( olUet Kept.
Oakland, i hi,, lor iree eataloKue sliowih
seleKant iillenors and spletiried facilltieh
Iliis Hi-hool, which I mi live times nii.tv
money invcslcd In equipro.-nl than any other
Hchoot In tlie West. New buildtnic lu oerli-ci
condition.
9
M Combine, ma
.'Ira, -'
A.
i
SUMMER SPECIAL
To advert i"-nurf tamped linrna we will srll
centerpier like cut tamred on Pure Unen
coinplctc with (loss to embroider.
Regular value 90c Special 50c
In ortfrine by mail lend post office or ei
press money order and mention thu paptr
'Ske Needlecraffhob
Ii8a2 VASH.aT.,T0RJLAHD01 1
PREDICTS RECORD
APPLE CROP
HOOD RIVER'S BEST IN THE WORLD
Tli Ih U the Oiilimm tif (iconro I
the Xew Xork Appfo
KXKTt.
(.ioorno Kho, uf line & lliittield, the
iNeiv ioik uiilo ilimlots, an i ved iu
Portlitnd liibt weult, ami came up to
Hood Hivev Mutiduy to bo prununt. hI
tlio iiiu'Iiiiil' of the bids fur the liloti
crop of I loud Kiver apples, controlled
by the II nod Uiver Apple urowors
Union, in au iiilerviutv iu the Ore
goniini, .Mr. Uuu aul :
luo tt-iiit etoi; of the United Sstutet
ot I'A'tj mil pi'ubulily be thu imxeut iu
the history of the country. But iu
spile of thu enormous output, there
will be H mai'Ket tur the products and
it is piobul'iu thut goiHl prices will
prevail.
ihls is the opinion of (ieoigo Kae,
of .Ncmv Viii k, uiuiulior uf the linn ol
Kite .V liuiiii'lii, one uf thu Jaixesl
uouiiulKriiuu hoiieos in the country,
wno la a uueHt al llio llotol t'orthiuu,
Since relirunry Air. Kho has trav
eled mum limn tiJ,iM) tuilus, abroad
and iu this country, especially for the
piiipiu of studying tiuit conditions.
Aot only is i lie Lniloil btates par
ticiilaily i roaporous with its liuit
uioii, but ihe vvliolu ot .orth AmcriCH
tvln'ie fruit is raised is enjoying tin
smiiiu results. And according to Air.
line, Kurupo will liitvu iimcli liugui
1 1 uit titan ordinal ily. lint le dues
tint believe this will tilr'cct the fruii
ami kel ul tin conn ry in any way.
Ahmad they have not the culd stor
age facilities which are used here on
a scale, ttud us it result Hie European
fruits will hure been harvested 11.111
consumed almost at thu time out
crop is at its best.
At the convention uf the lutcrtiu
tiou Asniciiitiuiuil uf Fruit Shippcis,
iie'ii Bevel ul f.rilis ago lit Ni.igtira,
rrporlH truni all over the I nilod
blulcs were eoiii'iui:l anil It w.'in es
tili! .ted that tlii'ie noiild be i2, lKH, -
iKi ' iiiiitel . ol ..ppliM pi. I on I lie mark
els mis l.ui. luiiiiih I lie year 1 M Mi,
lliu giciiU rt ll .iit yei.r in the histury
ul llio ciitiiil.iy, the ii pie oiup
iiinuuu..eil io 7 lu. till, I mi I barrels.
l'he i oils at the Niagara cunveu-
tiuu mo ei.uhei vatlte, and it is the
guiifial o I u i uu ot llui li'uittiieu ot
ihts country 1 hat more hint will be
grown, picked, shipped und put ou
llio market ui thu world and eaten
than tuts ever before been known.
With the laigu li'tiil output even
ivlirio there has been an increase in
the demand whieli, it is Mguied, will
keep up the price tu tuch nil extent
that 1 lie growers, commission men
uxl retail dealers will all prollt ac
cordingly. Moie trull is being eaten
in this country, us wull us in thu for
eign count i icx, than ever befoiu.
Ueruiany will take much of the fruit
from .... the ...Lulled Status thit
yeiir, iiiitwitnstMuiiing tti it Jiift spring
a law ahm passed putting a duty on all
such products hum this cuuutry.
Aud I be wiiuie ul liui upe w ill import
pro oi Unnately.
this increased demand tor Ameri
ca's Iruits abroad is largely due to
the fact that the people, as in thir
country, liave been Hocking to the
cities and niu leaving the furtns hiii)
the orcliaids negleclod. Couseipient
ly, there has been a shortage uf men
to till the soil and attend the trees in
the dilloiotit Kuropeau countries and
a falling oil ot the Unit yields is the
lesult.
ihe enormous fruit crop of the
Quito J States this year can best be es
timated by taking the apple as an ex
ample. l.-t seaHtin the orchards ol
this country produced l III, lllMJ bui-
1h, while this season the products
will be much more than doubled. All
other truits will bear piopurliunately.
Last year the average prico per barrel
was &t .l0, while this season her price
will prububly be about tl less.
I'l'tilt-eiitiiig is no longer a luxury,
as it was com-inered some years ago.
ft is now a necessity." Air. Hue said
last evening. "Ihe great development
of thu industry, the scientiliu ways in
which fruit is laisud uml the tre
mendous crops which are put on the
market have all helped tlie people to
realize and Kppreuiate the honollts de
rived ft otn eating fruit. It is not on
ly a healthful food In every way, but
is reasonable In pi Ice, easily obtaina
ble and to be found on thu markets ol
our cities nt all seasons of the year.
the fruit crops of the country this
year are simply gigantic. 1 never
saw anything like it. 1 have traveled
from one end of the United Stales to
the other, made two (rips to the fa
ille count, visited thu Hudson nvei
oiinti'V this slimmer, and am utterly
astonished at the great possibilities
uf this year's harvest. And not alone
is the fruit gi nwth to be one of the
largest seasons on record, but all oth
er crops are eipially huge, especially
cereals.
"Nature bus been more than kind
to the people this year, liut with all
this fruit we expect to lind a market
for every bit uf it. Thut w hich w ill
not be consumed at home will be
shipped abroad. Aly Him will do one
uf tlio lnrge:t exporting businesses
HiiB year in its history. Ibecuiintiy
h prosperous in evi ry way and alto
getehr 1 am miro that this year will be
uie (if tlie gi eiitet-l in the fruit line
ever experienced.
"l'he gtcatii-t liuit in thin countiy
more espM ialy the apple, is giottn
west uf tli" M jHsii-sippi. I here is uu
question about this I threw a bomb
shell into i be convent inn at Niagara,
made up Jarg.dy of Kastern fruitgrow
i'ts, when iu nn address 1 told them
that the apples raised east uf the Alis
siHsir.pl vr.liey were not lit to be put
into boxes. "
.Mr. line wes quest ioned as to what
ho thought . f tlie Iruil, purlieuhrly
the apples, of this state.
'O'regnn raises the greatest New
tuns and Spiteu'erg tipples in the
world," bo sail "Washington rdses
these Hume products, but on an aver
age tbey an not as good as those of
Oregon. The Newtuwns and the
Spitzenbergs Irnin Washiutgnu are, as
a rule, larger Hum those lrom here,
and consequently they will nut krop
as well. Ibis is an impni tatit item in
tiwjrii
fruit business.
season the firm of Kuj & Jlat-
ileld handled the entire output of ap
ples from the Hood Kiver district
controlled by tbe Apple Urowem' Un
ion. Mr. Kae is of tbe opinion that
the fruit grown In tbe vicinity of
Hood Kiver is the greatest iu the
world. He has no hesitancy whatever
in making this statement.
Air. Kae a tra.els since l ebrtiHiy
collecting data concerning the fruit
industry amount to considerably more
than it be bad twioe encircled the
globe. He baa been traveling almost
continually, aud in addition to the
different countries of hurope wbioh
ho visited hag been iu ueaily every
fruit-raising section of any conse
quence in the United States.
Air. Kae claims tbe distinction of
having beeu the brst man to intro
duce the Western apple into the
markets uf tbe East. Ibis was twenty
years ago. At that time be was em
ployed by Potter liros., of Chicago.
Several years ago tbia firm tailed
and he was appointed receiver. Ulti
mate! v he organized tbe lit in of Kae
& Hatfield aud took up the former
cuinpuuy's business In JNew York.
Air. Kae la one of toe best informed
men iu tbe world ou tbe question ot
fruit. He is a close observer, aud the
minutest details of fruit allairs are
noted by bitn and assist materially iu
iu making bitu the successful business
man that be la today.
He will remaiu in Portland iu Port
laud several days. From here he will
reiuru to Mow lork, with the hope ot
being able lo take a lest after com
pteiiug one ot r tie longest tours ou
reootu whore a man baa traveled ex
ulusively tor the puiposo of studying
trim conditluus.
Market M osier Prune Crop.
Pete Heiiuitigseu was iu Hood iilcui
Saturday for piune pickeia and pack-
els. 1 lo inteuds to manage the suu-
oiug uf prunes for other parties at the
M osier drier tills year, and needs
about fifteen more bands. Help is
scarcer than ever bet ore this year.
and he hopes to get some fruiu lloou
Kiver.
'There will te about twelve cars ol
prunes ft otn Alosier this year," aaid
Mr. llennlngsen," "aud 1 have al
ready coutraoted for seven cars, 'l'he
crop is very good thia year. We were
not butt much by the freeze, although
i undestaud tlie orop around The
Dalles is badly Injured. 1 intend to
pack them iu crateg and ship green
ibis year, aud will piolmbly not put
auy iu tlie drier. There is more mon
ey shipping them out green, aud be
sides the quality is above Ihe average.
liiey are ot large alze and should sell
readily ou the eastern markets.
1 believe there is as much money
to be made ou prunes in Alosier aa iu
apples, and for myself, prefer the
prunes to tho tipples. They bear full
every year, and require very little
work. There ia no spraying, pruning
r thinning of the tiuit. The only
work required is cultivation of the
orchard and picking the fruit. The
crop cau be turued into cash as soon
as gathered, aud that euds tbe mattet
until the next season.
1 estimate tbat the Alosier or
chards wilt average ten tons ot prunes
to the acre, whicti will bring f'20 a tun
at the driur, or 17 ou the treea. Tbe
bulk of tbia Is prollt. t J the glower.
There were a few years when primes
were very low aud growers were dis
pendent, but the average baa been
good, and 1 would prefer 40 acres ol
bearing prunes to 41) acres of apples."
(ieniiany H ants Our Apples.
New York, August 22. There has
been considerable talk about high du
ty ou American fruit going to (Jor
uiauy, and a misunderstanding of the
situation seems to prevail iu some
quarters. Tho duty is not prohibito
ry. On the other baud (Jerniauy
wants our fruit.
Speaking of the prosepeta for Amer
ican apples In (ierinany this coming
season, P. W. Duncan, apple export
er, aud agent of Trinim & Gersten
koru, of Hamburg, tbe largest fruit
salesmen in Clermany, says: "Not
withstanding the fact that Germany
this season lias a lair orop of fruit,
there will be a large demand fur
American apples. During seven years,
from lH'Jil to HHi'2 -Oil, Hamburg took
P. !'.!,;"! d barrels of American apples,
while in three years, llHUi-l to 1U05-U,
Hamburg took (U'2,175 barels, when
(ierinany iu l!)o:t-4, bud one ot tbe
laigest crops ot apples ever grown.
Hamburg will pay more for a first
class batrel ol tipples than any other
foreign market iu tbe world, aud this
season we have just the quality of
fruit Ihe (ioniums want."
As to the duty of fXJ cents per bur
ial, Air. Duncan saya he doea not
think this will alToct tbe business iu
the least, as the duty of l.u7 ou
Canadian apples, shuts out a veiy
large Canadian export to Germany,
which, as a result, will make the de
mand lor Atnorioa.i apples all the
greater.
Hoard of Hiiiallzatlon.
Notice is hereby giveu that the
lioatd of Kqiializatlion of Wasco
county, Oregon, will meet at the
court house in Dalles City on the last
Monday in August, l!KXi, and remain
in session one week, tor the puiposo
of examining and equalizing thu as
sessment roll fur the year l'.XMi, as by
law provided. All persons desiring
to appear before said Hoard will
please take notice.
Dated at Dalles City, Or 'gon, this
oMst day uf .1 ul v, l!HXi.
A. (i. SIOGSDILI,, Assessor.
There i" nothing so pleasant lis that
brig lit, cheerful, tit-peace-willi-thu-world
I. cling when you sit down to your
I'l-ciikhisi. Then- is nothing so e (indue
i e lo goiMl woik and good results. The
healthy until w it h a healthy mind and
body is a better fellow, a bcttnr work
man, a better citizen than the mail or
woman who is handicapped by some
disability, however slight. Aslightdis
nrder uf the stoiuReli w ill derange your
hoilv, vetif lliuiigl.ts and ;-our disposi
tion. i i L away lioin the morbidness
and the blues. Keep your stomach in
tune and both yimr brain and body will
respond l.ittie indiscretions of over-:
eating i nn be easily corrected and you
w ill lie surprised to see how much bet
l. T man you are. Try a little Kodol For
Dvspopsi afler your tneuls. Sold byj
illianis' Pharmacy.
for Hint.
For a long term of years, south half
of Block 8, I'arkhurst, and three acres
i ihI of Parkbnrst. W. J. linker & Co.
MoGuire lltos. make their own
lard under their own brand.
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BIG PRICES FOR
WINTER APPLES
GREAT CROP DOES NOT AFFECT US
Average Price This Year May JJo High
er Than I, ant Union's Sales Are
Very Satisfactory.
Tbe superiority of the Hood River
apple over tbat of other fruit baa keen
fully demonstrated by the sales of
Hood Kiver fruit which have taken
place here in the last lew days. While
buyers who have beeu here t i bid on
Hood Kiver fruit have bought flue
quality lieu Haris apples iu Alissunii
which they say cau be delivered iu
Uurope this year for $2 a barrel a
three bushel barrel at that Hood Kiv
er fruit has sold tor more thau that
for box fruit containing one bushel.
Iluyers who have traveled the oountiy
ovei from oast to coast estimate the
crop this year at 72,UOU,0OU barrels as
aguiust 2h,(.KH.),aKI last year. 1-mrgor
they say than the famous crop of lH!Hi,
which year previous to this oue broke
all records for apples. Still tbey have
come west for apples and have paid
for them prices tiuit exceeded the ex
pectations ot the must sanguine.
While it cannot be learned exactly
what was paid tor the crop of apples
disposed of by the Apple Grow rs'
Uuiou Monday, those in a position to
kuow say that it will average higher
thau last yeai " hich was the highest
knowu iu tho history of apple grow
ing iu Hood Kiver. Purchases made
by buyers independent of Ihe uuiuti
in the last few days brought the top
notch price of d per box for Spilzen
bergs aud 2,"i for Newtowns and it
is said thut the uuiou has received a
higher price than this fur these varie
ties of upplus. The union's truit was
bought by tho firm ot K. P. Loom is
& Co., who were the highest bidders,
winning out over Kae & Hatfield, who
last year bandied tho product of the
uuiuu. The purchase of the Loom is
company will include about Ou ours of
10,0(iU boxes and is the largest pur
chase ot apples ever made by one 11 nil
at Hood Kiver. This does not include
the entire product of Hie Apple Grow
ers' Uuiou, but when it Is knuwu thut
the entire production uf the valley
last year was only 00,000 boxes, it will
readily be seen how lunch In uie fruit
will be shipped from Hood Kiver this
year thau last and how much greater
tbe leturus will be to growers. In
la'rt it is estimated at double or about
120,000 boxes fur all varieties.
Without the increase la prico which
growers uie said to have received thia
year, and taking the average price per
box for Instyear's fruit tho tipple crop
of Hood Kiver should bo woitb IfTOO,-
000 more than it was then.
Any increase added to tbia will
make the figures run up vory rapidly
and show u marked increase iu the
valley's revenue.
While the olllcers of tho uuiou will
out at present make any statemeut us
to tbe exuet prices received they say
thut tbe sale has been a most natisfao-
tory one, but that fur business reas
ons they do not care to announce
them us yet, but will do so later.
Tbe bidders will nut in alto any
statement iu regaid to theii bids us
some of the unsuccessful oues are still
iu the market fur some of tho Hood
Uiver fruit aud naturally consider it
bad business policy to make known
tho amount of their bids when tbey
are still trying to purchase from itide
pedeut growers. It can be stated
however, on the authority of oue of
Hood Kiver's most astute apple men
thut when the prico is known it will
be tbe most conclusive evidence of
the superiority of Hood Kiver apples
that has ever been given and settles,
be says, for all time the question as
to the future ot Hood Kivui apples.
Kals Us Stepmother.
Tho icnneuinon fly Is very small,
hut is capable of compassing tbe de
struction "of many a caterpiliar.thongh
not one-thousaudtb part of the size
of a single victim. This fly perches
ou the back ot the grub, pierces its
skin with a sharp hollow noodle where
with it is furnished, and the force nf
tho stub projects an egg under the
skiu into the llesh.
As each wound is made tbe cater
pillar shows a certain amount of un
easiness, but dues not intermit its
eating. The eggs uf the ichneumon
are speedily hatched within the body
of the grub, and they devour the fatly
portions of the caterpillar, shrewdly
leaving the vital organs untouched.
When the time arrives for the cater
pillar to change into chrysalis the ich
neumon grubs eat their way out of
their foster mother and tit once spin
for themselves a number of yellow
cocoons, aiming which the dying cut
erpillar is often hopelessly entuuged
and where it expires.
Itutause They Are the Hi st,
"lietter Fruit" in an exoellent pub
liuatiou by Air. Shepard and All.
Franz, at Hood Kiver, and no doubt
its readers will be pleased to learn
from it how to grow better fruit. Hut
what Air. Shepard should tell them
is bow bo makes the Hood Kiver- ap
ples sell for 10 cents npioco in New
York and for lii cents in Kuropo,
with mighty few for sale at any prico
lie ti home. The Oregon orchardist
knows how to grow and spray, but
bo's a weak b.other at tbe commer
cial end. Oregonian.
Suspends Pacillc Coast undoes.
Manchester, N. II., August '2'-'.
The New Hampshire Kirn Insurance
company states that the ( or, pany has
suspended business nn tiro Pacific,
coast. The suspension is due tu
the unsettled cond iliotis, aud tbey
desire time to readjust their affniis
before resinning business. 'Tho state
ment given un says that the cor -pany's
Sun Francisco liabilities will
bo settled fur about (mOO, Oi !.,
Notice lo Contractor.
Kor the construction of a bridge
across the West Fork of Hood Ri er
near the Punch Howl, The stringers
and abutments tube constructed of the
standing timber in the vicinity. Work
must be commenced within ten days of
date. Plans and H)ieciticntions fur
nished and bids received by J. H. Shoe
maker, Secretary of Hood Kiver lrriirtp
tiuti District. a'J
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